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Use Adobe’s Free Version of Photoshop for Basic and Essential Image Editing

By Techtiplib | OnFriday, October 14th, 2011 - Comments Off on Use Adobe’s Free Version of Photoshop for Basic and Essential Image Editing

Photoshop is a premium image editor that many consider to be the best when it comes to photo editing software. However, it also comes with a premium price, retailing for a cold $699 standard, $999 extended, and $100.00 for elements. If you only edit photos occasionally, and prefer not to purchase Photoshop, you can use Adobe’s free version of Photoshop for beginner to intermediate photo editing projects. The full versions of Photoshop, standard and extended, have a wide variety of different features.. 

Free key BullGuard Internet Security 12 Free Download with 90 Days

By Techtiplib | OnFriday, October 14th, 2011 - Comments Off on Free key BullGuard Internet Security 12 Free Download with 90 Days

Bullguard Internet Security 2012 is an all-in-one security suite that guards you, your kids and your PC against all online threats: identity theft, credit card fraud, hackers, viruses, spyware and many more. It comes with a broad range of features covering every possibility, so you will never worry about your digital safety again. BullGuard Internet Security 12 Key Features Antivirus – Wish you could leave all worries behind while you’re on the Internet? Now you can! Without interrupting. 

Download Quick Heal 2012 Offline Installer Direct Link (free 30 days)

By Techtiplib | OnFriday, October 14th, 2011 - Comments Off on Download Quick Heal 2012 Offline Installer Direct Link (free 30 days)

Quick Heal Technologies, a leading provider of Internet Security tools from Indian, has released the brand new 2012 series of its security solutions which includes Quick Heal AntiVirus Pro 2012, Quick Heal Internet Security 2012, Quick Heal Total Security 2012. The new release combines the best of security features and enhanced multi-layered protection.   Quick Heal 2012 brings key new features to address the latest threats and powerful protection against one of today’s greatest consumer. 

Weather+ Brings Its Weather Forecast & Flip-Clock Widgets To Android

By Techtiplib | OnWednesday, October 12th, 2011 - Comments Off on Weather+ Brings Its Weather Forecast & Flip-Clock Widgets To Android

Weather apps have been setting the smartphone world on fire for quite some time now. Detailed weather forecasts, complete with all the various parameters such as humidity, barometer, precipitation, visibility, chance of rain, cloud covers et al, when combined with elegant looking homescreen widgets, impart an altogether refreshing look to your device. Couple all the aforementioned features with HD videos and a darker variant of the HTC Sense flip-clock widget and you get Weather+. Powered by International. 

Download the latest version of Google Chrome

By Techtiplib | OnSunday, August 21st, 2011 - Comments Off on Download the latest version of Google Chrome
Chrome Portable

The latest version of Google Chrome is jam-packed with highly convenient features, including synchronization, tabbed browsing and privacy functions. By using your Google account, it can sync your bookmarks, browser preferences and extensions so that they are available on any computer once you sign into your account. This is advantageous because it allows you to easily access your own add-ons and preferences regardless of what computer you are using. About Chrome’s tab, with a single mouse. 

Nikon P300: A Light-Swallowing, 1080p-Shooting Pocket Monster

By Techtiplib | OnThursday, February 10th, 2011 - Comments Off on Nikon P300: A Light-Swallowing, 1080p-Shooting Pocket Monster

This is Nikon’s answer to the Canon S95 pocket dynamo. The P300 pairs a 12.1-megapixel backside-illuminated CMOS image sensor (which picks up more light than a standard CMOS sensor) with a fast f1.8 lens. Max ISO is 3200. And it shoots 1080p video at 30fps. Full size It’s also got a new easy panorama mode seemingly borrowed from Sony’s pocketcams, creative filters like faux fisheye and a built-in HDR mode that combines multiple shots at different exposures in camera to create. 

Asus has a Secret Weapon against the iPad

By Techtiplib | OnThursday, February 10th, 2011 - Comments Off on Asus has a Secret Weapon against the iPad

In a recent interview with IDG, Jonny Shih -the chairman of ASUS- has mentioned that his company is working on a “Secret Weapon” that no one has seen yet, but that the world will soon see as we get closer to the launch date. He also said that he already knows about some details of the upcoming iPad 2, such as details about the system on a chip (SoC) that the next iPad will run on.  

Sony’s next PSP, codenamed NGP

By Techtiplib | OnThursday, February 10th, 2011 - Comments Off on Sony’s next PSP, codenamed NGP

Betcha didn’t think this day would come, but it finally has. Sony has just come clean with its next-generation PlayStation Portable. It’s actually codenamed NGP and will revolve around five key concepts: Revolutionary User Interface, Social Connectivity, Location-based Entertainment, Converging Real and Virtual (augmented) Reality. It will be compatible with the PlayStation Suite and is backwards-compatible with downloadable PSP games and content from Sony’s PlayStation Store. Specs. 

Cutting-Edge, Eco-Friendly LED TV for Less Than $2,200?

By Techtiplib | OnWednesday, February 9th, 2011 - Comments Off on Cutting-Edge, Eco-Friendly LED TV for Less Than $2,200?

A reader writes: I need a good TV for my living room, and I’ve decided that LCD, particularly LED, is the way to go. I’ve heard that some plasmas can look better than LCDs, so I definitely want good video quality, but I heard they use up a lot of energy and I don’t want to break the bank if I can avoid it. Also, I’d like something that doesn’t use up too much power. Please… just tell me what to get! What up, reader? Indeed, the Plasma vs. LCD conflict is a tough. 

LG Thinq Appliances Let You Remotely Burn Lasagna, Start the Dryer

By Techtiplib | OnWednesday, February 9th, 2011 - Comments Off on LG Thinq Appliances Let You Remotely Burn Lasagna, Start the Dryer

Every year at CES, there are tons of companies pushing home automation and smart appliances, and, every year, these products fail to storm the marketplace. LG is hoping that 2011 will be different, and that the key to success will be the sudden proliferation of tablets and smartphones. LG’s new Thinq technology will let handheld devices “talk” to the company’s appliances, such as ovens, refrigerators and washing machines. The company is even launching HOM-BOT, a robotic vacuum.